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happens and we sat down with halliburton and the oil and gas services companies. we understand they have trade secrets. we showed what the ingredients are and it took a six months but we got the environmental defense fund to claim victory and have halliburton claim victory. here is a transparency, set of regulations that will protect the public and settle down all the hysteria and kirk -- furor about fracking. i did it when i was a kid diyala this. how do we get past that fear and uncertainty and create some sort of predictability to business needs? that became a symbol for our issues. to find the appropriate compromise so we can get on to the next problem. >> would you like to bring us up-to-date on california? maybe give us a sneak preview of the may revise briefly. >> where selling bonds and we're not disclosing materials between now and then. we just have to wait. it will be interesting. that i promise you. the basic fact is california increased its production of wealth, the state of 38 million people and all businesses. the economy is somewhat under $2 trillion. there is d
get less out of it. we have seen how well halliburton dead when they took over the logistics of the army. the army cannot feed itself anymore, which is kind of ridiculous. look at other scandals in iraq can you see these across the board. national security badges is what i did and at some point it struck me as overwhelming that these things were not working as the vonage had claimed they would work. and there are some things that not only because of cost effect of mass i don't want some contract to looking at sensitive surveillance intelligence. i don't want some contractor choosing who is going to get hit by a drone. >> hi, i am a holocaust survivor and a civil rights veteran. and what i see happening in this country as they move towards fascism, which very much resembles that of our germany, which silenced pretty much the labor movement, which restrict to voter participation in the media as well. we no longer have the media that takes on the lives that are being spread and that we are being fed on a daily basis. there are very few outlets we can actually read or hear the tr
housing starts increased at the fastest pace in almost four years. >>> finally, halliburton is offering a reward for lost oil field equipment, but if you find it, stay away. the equipment lost by a crew somewhere in west texas contains dangerous radioactive material. authorities say if you find it, stay at least 25 feet away and do contact the authorities. >>> the panthers pounce, the pats spit the bit, and the bengals throw three touchdowns and a shoe? plus, the philadelphia eagles hurdle to a one-point victory. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> we are looking at another nice day across the northeast, but heavy rain is going to start moving in for your tuesday. you're watching "early today." >>> very good morning to you. if you're just waking up, this is "early today." in sports, a wild week two of the nfl season saw some teams get themselves back on track, while others fell into an even deeper early season mess. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >> good morning. from upsets to comebacks, week two of the nfl season had a
wasn't going lower. i first thought about halliburton after we saw the firm's dominance in shale, since they are the technological leader in fracing. with no place to store the stuff, no place to export it, we have a glut of incredible proportions. every day we burn off enough natural gas to handle the daily needs of several major cities. with that i recognize that, well, halliburton couldn't and can't have breakout earnings until enough of business has switched over to oily fields which drew me to offshore oil because that's where the action is going to be for many years to come. in this place two true plays, transocean and ensco. transocean look the really good but the fleet was aging and balance sheet stressed by bp spill. i read a great article in "new york times" reading they had more to do with the spill than bp. ensco, much newer fleet of rigs, less maintenance, broader customer base, exxon and chevron, not bp. contract prices on the upswing and they got a tremendous deal. they say they stole pride international. another drilling concern. i said not only would ensco blow away num
fracking greener. we'll be right back. talk to halliburton and it >>> there's been a lot of controversy over the drilling process known as hydraulic fracking. it's pumping millions of gol gool lons -- gallons of water underground to release gas there shale formations. while the industry says the process is safe, some scientists worry the chemicals used in fracking may pose a threat either underground or when waste fluids reach the surface. now halliburton, one of the largest oil field service companies, has develop add new fracking solution using ingredients from the food industry. the company says the recipe provides an extra margin of safety. joining me to discuss this is mike watts, the company's director of future stimulation affairs. fracture sometime ration -- stimulation repairs. i love that. maybe 1% involving fracking but some are toxic. the mere presence of them worries some people. is halliburton removing them entirely in these new greener formulations? >> what we are doing is working towards that end. we have what we have a -- what we call a chemical storing index. basically
. >>> finally, halliburton is offering a reward for lost oil field equipment. but if you find it, stay away. the equipment lost by a crew somewhere in west texas contains dangerous radioactive material. so authorities say if you do find it, you want to stay at least 25 feet away from it and contact your authorities. >>> in health news this morning, a new study finds your blood type may not be that big of a risk factor for heart disease. the research questions an earlier study that seemed to show higher risks for some blood ty types, but it shows a 10% risk in other factors like weight, cholesterol and blood pressure are much more important. for more on this story and other health news, you can always check out our health page online at nbcnews.com. >>> well, the panthers pounce. the pats fit the bit. the bengals throw three touchdowns and a shoe? plus the philadelphia eagles hurdle to a one-point victory. your first look at sports is straight ahead. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. a reason to look twice. the entirely new lexus es and the first-ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of p
providers. halliburton was down 2.4% today, and its off more than 9% in less than two weeks. discouraging comments from electronics contractor jabil circuit weighed on the tech sector. late yesterday, the company reported disappointing results, blamed on weak demand in most of its businesses. shares fell 9.9%; volume jumped more than five times as the stock closed at its lowest price since july. shares haven't seen much of a halo effect in recent weeks despite the contract work it does for some apple products. homebuilding stocks hd been on a tear as home sales and prices have been stabilizing, and increasing in some cases. but there was some profit taking today with the small month over month drop in august new home sales. lennar was down 4.5%, pulte group fell 4.67, and the ryland group dropped 5.7%. volume was heavier than usual in all of tm. thor indusies mabe a different kind of home buyer to watch tomorrow. thor makes r.v.'s, and business has been picking up. after the close it reported a doubled digit jump in both sales and earnings. after closing up a half percent, shares jumped 1
, lockheed martin, northrop grumman and halliburton, they are immensely profitable as the war is for his journey to the concert in tiny segment. as said war is a racket. so we unfortunately have created a world where power has become centralized in the hands of a select group of corporations that are more powerful than the state itself that it is within the american political system and possible to vote against the interest of goldman sachs and unless we support that power, we are doomed because corporations, unfettered federal some coral ridge a great book about this in 1944 called the great transformation turn everything into a commodity and it is a revolutionary force and human beings become commodities, the world becomes a commodity that you exploit until exhaustion or collapse. that is how the environmental crisis is intimately twinned with the economic crisis. and if we don't somehow find a mechanism or a way to break the power of the corporations they can trash or continue to trash the ecosystem to the point to which the would be unsustainable. >> chris hedges, david e-mails and t
halliburton contract that they completely took advantage of the american people on, this was a bill that would require competitive bidding and the congressman voted no. >> the next question goes to todd akin. >> the country cut the federal work force through attrition and freeze pay, close overseas military bases, cap spending at home, raise the gasoline tax, curtail the mortgage interest deduction, raise the payroll tax for social security, reduce entitlements as well as farm subsidies and civilian and military pensions. it recommended a lower system of taxation. why hasn't this become at least the beginning of a serious discussion about reducing the federal deficit? >> it was the starting point and there were a lot of good ideas in that particular commission. what we really stuck with -- ultimately, you have to put the whole thing into a budget to make it work. you have to balance those different elements and say, what is a reasonable approach? it is a little bit what like families have to do. the budget has been set up for a vote and the budget has passed. was the budget i would have writte
a few stops in texas. it will eventually go on display at the california space center. >>> halliburton is offering a reward for anyone that can find a radioactive cylinder the company lost. they lost track of the device while transporting it this week. the seven-inch cylinder contains radioactive materials. the texas health department says there is no extreme danger, but it's still a good idea for people not to get too close. want to find that one. >>> one family is being called heroes, the whole family, for saving eight children from drowning in an oregon lake. the gibson family was having their family reunion at a nearby lake. some kids were playing in the water when they went under. another family was close by, they jumped into the water, and one by one pulled all eight children out. >> i had tripped over a couple of them, so i was trying to get down, and i brought one up. >> you couldn't see any of the kids in the water. so i was just kind of reaching down, trying to grab whatever you could. >> i went out, and we just sort of formed a chain. >> authorities say none of the children
are commodities like alcoa and halliburton. when you talk about oil and gold and copper and metals alcoa is looking at aluminum and commodities have gotten particularly well. a lot of that is on the talk of the $150 billion infrastructure plan in china. that helped them along as well and the weaker dollar plays a factor. nicole: looking to invest in china but worried about slower growth. in 2011 chinese online retailers generated 120 one billion dollars up 66% for 2010. our next guest hopes to profit from that revenue. joining as a fox business exclusive is the chairman and co ceo of the industrial reit. we followed your company for quite some time because of what you do. not what you are seeing globally, online retailers in china need more space. you are the one that is benefiting from that. >> we see that all-around world. china is one example and traditional retail stores are not as developed said there leapfrogging that technology and going to online mode faster than other places but we are seeing it in japan and europe and all over. cheryl: isn't china searched to surpass the united
granting -- that was the contract. the famous halliburton contract that they completely took advantage of the american people on, this was a bill that would require competitive bidding and the congressman voted no. >> the next question goes to todd akin. >> the country cut the federal work force through attrition and freeze pay, close overseas military bases, cap spending at home, raise the gasoline tax, curtail the mortgage interest deduction, raise the payroll tax for social security, reduce entitlements as well as farm subsidies and civilian and military pensions. it recommended a lower system of taxation. why hasn't this become at least the beginning of a serious discussion about reducing the federal deficit? >> it was the starting point and there were a lot of good ideas in that particular commission. what we really stuck with -- ultimately, you have to put the whole thing into a budget to make it work. you have to balance those different elements and say, what is a reasonable approach? it is all but what -- like what if -- it is a little bit what like families have to do. the bud
thought about halliburt halliburton. but with the discovery of natural gas and no place to store the stuff, no ability yet to export it anywhere, we got incredible portions. we burn off enough natural gas to handle the daily power needs of not one, but several major cities. something to think about. with that i recognized that haliburton couldn't and won't have breakout earnings until it's switched over to more oily fields. that gave me the idea of offshore oil plays. and in this space, there are really only two pure plays, transocean and endsco. it looked really good on paper. but rigs fleet was aging and the distressed by the bp spill. i remember reading an article stating that transocean had more to do with the tragedy than bp did. i've always feared the open-ended liability. endsco had all of the good with none of the bad. had a broader customerization including chevron. and taking shares from transocean left and right. contract prices were on the upswing, plus the company got a good deal, someone said it stole pride international. i said not only would ensco blow away numbers when rep
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drillers like halliburton, up nicely today. and down 4 sense. a gallon for the national average. liz: backlash against a christian hobby store. wahabi lobby suing the obama administration required by the new health-care law to cover contraception for its workers and even abortion. groups are boycotting of those 4. the judge is here. what do you make of this? judge napolitano: i don't blame the hobby lobby people for filing a lawsuit. the suits will be consolidated. there are 45 brought by what catholic organizations. university of notre dame and archdiocese of new york and institutions like that with large numbers of employees that they have to insure the never provided the services and don't want to provide the services for value and in the case of the catholic church catholic law reasons. accord will struggle with the following. does a sincerely held religious view exempt one from obeying the law of the land? last time they looked at that was a crazy case involving a native american religion that used a hallucinogenic drug as a sacrament and vote court said you can't consume this h
favorites from the delivering alpha conference -- halliburton. these are going to work their way higher. oil service is going to do well here. >> and of course if israel decides to do something in iran, oil's going the other way. >> let's talk about this major change in the dow jones industrial average that was announced this morning. united health will join the dow, replacing kraft foods. change will be effective as of the close of trading on september 21st. this is no surprise. kraft spun off its international busine business. a big percentage of its revenues come from outside the united states and this is a smaller market cap as a spinoff so it was a logical replacement. >> i will see you first, don't buy united health. there's very little money. my hands are different color from my face. what does that mean? there's makeup. >> the dow jones industrial average, the price pointed index which should have absolutely no meaning but they have to keep doing it that way because that's the way they started. everybody follows the s&p but we talk about the dow jones because that's what you hear abo
. >>> the search is on for a cylinder that could contain radioactive materials. the halliburton company is searching for a 130-mile area of the oil feeds in west texas. the cylinder was used by the companies who drill a natural gas well. they're refacing the route of a truck carrying that rod before it went missing on september 11. >>> we're learning more about the person the f.b.i. says is sending out letters supposedly filled with anthrax. according to the fbi, a man in syracuse, new york is responsible for sending 21 letters during the last 15 years. those letters generally start with the phrase, quote, the paper you are now holding has been thoroughly saturated with anthrax spores and you will soon die. they address topics that include aids and 9/11 conspiracy theories. >> it may seem bizarre, somewhat unusual. they may be disjointed thoughts but to this person they can be very, very real. they can be so extreme, they may even be delusional. >> the f.b.i. says the man is about 35 years old and has had significant contact with the mental health system. it has released two pictures of
. >> more reaction to the halliburton announcement? >> it wasn't bad. they said -- international is strong. >> starbucks, oppenheimer likes the valuation. >> we need this one to go higher. it just never seems to lift. >> then aol. needham says a buy. >> jim armstrong. why don't we talk more about this guy? he is the most brilliant. of course the $19 price target upgraded yesterday. wow. i like tim armstrong. i like the stock of aol. they've done a great job. >> very smart. what is on tonight? >> i have a guest to talk about the nfl, you know, normally once a goldman, baltimore gas & electric. mike jennings. this is one of the hottest stocks in the world refining. i've been begging a refineries to come on and we have one. grubman of course we have the game on cnbc tonight. big cowboys, very important game. they both lost. that's my hope. they need to both lose. can you do that carl? >> i don't think so. though no giants team has repeated as champs believe it or not. >> eagles, 1960, yeah. that was just yesterday. >> 8:30 p.m. eastern on cnbc. thank you. >> thank you. >> when we come back co
? i think he would have used language that was not polite. that was the contract, famous halliburton, kbr contract that they took completely advantage ever the american people on. this is a bill that would have required competitive bidding on those kinds of contracts and congressman akin voted no. >> moderator: the next question comes from jeff fox and goes first to congressman todd akin. >> the simpson bowls commission on the federal deficit recommended several things that. the country cut the federal workforce through attrition and freeze pay. that it close overseas military bases. cap spending at home. raise the gasoline tax. curtail the mortgage interest deduction. set aside a fund for natural disasters. raise the payroll tax for social security and phase in a retirement age. reduce entitlements and farm subsidies and reduce military pensions and recommend ad lower but more broadly and fairer collected system of taxation. why hasn't this become at least the beginning of a serious discussion about reducing the federal deficit? akin: i think it was a starting point and there are a
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